Not being religious at all, I try to avoid the subject in this blog, but I think Bible Or Qur’an website deserves a mention. Mission statement from the front page:
The mission of BibleOrQuran is to educate people about the true nature and content of the Bible and Qur’an. False statements such as “81% of the Qur’an is about killing infidels!” and “The bible teaches only peace!” are commonly thrown around with little evidence to back them up. Despite their lack of credibility, however, they still continue to polarize and cause irrational hate and fear. We hope that by showing random Bible or Qur’an passages, we show how similar the two texts are and allay many of the fears of Islam and its teachings.
Basically, you get to see a short quote and then pick which of the two books it is from. The website keeps the score, showing you how well you are doing on the guesswork. In the meantime it drives the point of similarity in the depth and mood of both the Bible and the Qur’an.
Simple and effective, for those, of course, who can be convinced…
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This is one of those things that I love about the Internet. When you are wrong, the Internet doesn’t just gently mention it. It absolutely destroys you, shoving the reality so hard down your throat, you forget how to breath for a while. And then, next time, if you haven’t killed yourself yet, you think long and hard before saying anything out loud. If you have a half a brain or more, of course.
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I really liked this picture. Don’t know who’s the author, but I found it here. And if you want to know how historically accurate it is, here’s the Wikipedia page for you.
Wow! I suspected there was a variety, but I never knew there were so many types of Islamic veils…
From this article.
Location: Nicosia, Cyprus
Pope’s ‘doves of peace’ attacked by other birds at Vatican
Today, two white doves, a symbol of the hope for peace, were released from a window in the Lateran Palace by children standing next to the Pope… and immediately attacked by other birds. It happened, not just in front of the Pope, but before a large crowd that had gathered in St. Peter’s Square to hear him give the Angelus Prayer.